Wed, July 20, 2016: Obama speaks at WH Summit on Global Development

In the morning, the President will receive the Presidential Daily Briefing in the Oval Office. This meeting is closed press.

In the afternoon, the President will meet with Secretary of State Kerry. This meeting in the Oval Office is closed press.

Later in the afternoon, the President will deliver remarks at the White House Summit on Global Development at the Ronald Reagan Building. The President will bring together development leaders, public and private sector financing partners, civil society, diplomats, and entrepreneurs to mark our global progress and catalyze further development efforts. The President’s remarks are open to pre-credentialed media.

–The White House

Tue, July 19, 2016: Obama meets with Lynch, Comey

In the afternoon, the President will meet with Attorney General Loretta Lynch and FBI Director James Comey in the Oval Office. There will be a pool spray at the bottom of this meeting in the Oval Office.

Later in the afternoon, the President will meet with Secretary of Defense Ash Carter. This meeting in the Oval Office is closed press.

–The White House

Mon, July 18, 2016: Obama awards Medal of Honor

President Barack Obama talks with retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Charles Kettles, center, and his guests, former brothers-in-arms from Vietnam, in the Blue Room following the Medal of Honor ceremony for Kettles at the White House, July 18, 2016. Then-Major Kettles distinguished himself in combat operations near Duc Pho, Republic of Vietnam, on May 15, 1967, and is credited with saving the lives of 40 soldiers and four of his own crew members. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
President Barack Obama talks with retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Charles Kettles, center, and his guests, former brothers-in-arms from Vietnam, in the Blue Room following the Medal of Honor ceremony for Kettles at the White House, July 18, 2016. Then-Major Kettles distinguished himself in combat operations near Duc Pho, Republic of Vietnam, on May 15, 1967, and is credited with saving the lives of 40 soldiers and four of his own crew members. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

In the morning, the President will receive the Presidential Daily Briefing in the Oval Office. This meeting is closed press.

Later in the morning, the President will present the Medal of Honor to Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Charles Kettles, U.S. Army. Then-Major Kettles distinguished himself in combat operations near Duc Pho, Republic of Vietnam, on May 15, 1967 and is credited with saving the lives of 40 soldiers and four of his own crew members. This event in the East Room is open press.

–The White House

Sun, July 17, 2016: Obama speaks on Baton Rouge police shooting

President Obama: “Today, on the Lord’s day, all of us stand united in prayer with the people of Baton Rouge”

“I condemn, in the strongest sense of the word, the attack on law enforcement in Baton Rouge. For the second time in two weeks, police officers who put their lives on the line for ours every day were doing their job when they were killed in a cowardly and reprehensible assault. These are attacks on public servants, on the rule of law, and on civilized society, and they have to stop.

“I’ve offered my full support, and the full support of the federal government, to Governor Edwards, Mayor Holden, the Sheriff’s Office, and the Baton Rouge Police Department. And make no mistake – justice will be done.

“We may not yet know the motives for this attack, but I want to be clear: there is no justification for violence against law enforcement. None. These attacks are the work of cowards who speak for no one. They right no wrongs. They advance no causes. The officers in Baton Rouge; the officers in Dallas – they were our fellow Americans, part of our community, part of our country, with people who loved and needed them, and who need us now – all of us – to be at our best.

“Today, on the Lord’s day, all of us stand united in prayer with the people of Baton Rouge, with the police officers who’ve been wounded, and with the grieving families of the fallen. May God bless them all.”